The Vikings will head into their Monday night season opener against the New Orleans Saints in relatively good health.

Rookie guard Danny Isidora was the only player the team ruled out in its final injury report of the week on Saturday. Isidora, who has been dealing with a knee injury, was a limited participant on Friday and Saturday after not practicing Thursday.

Cornerback Tramaine Brock, whom the Vikings acquired in a trade with the Seattle Seahawks a week ago, was listed as questionable for the Saints game with a groin injury. He was a limited participant in practice each day this week.

Defensive end Brian Robison (groin) was a full participant on Saturday after being limited Wednesday and Thursday. He was not given an injury designation on the Vikings’ final report, indicating he is ready to play on Monday night.

Defensive backs Marcus Sherels (foot) and Anthony Harris (quadriceps) are the only other players on the Vikings’ injury report; both were full participants in practice all week and should be ready for Monday night.

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